An Australian photographer named Christian Spencer has published his project ‘Winged Prism’, which he has been shooting for a long time. With his project, the artist revealed unique images created by hummingbirds.
Photography is an extremely valuable profession that enables us to tell the most beautiful places, events and moments of our universe and our planet with a single frame. Every person can take photos, but how you take the photo is the most important criterion that distinguishes you from other people. We can say that this is one of the things that make a photographer an artist.
Photographers are also patient people. These people can wait hours, days, weeks, months or even years for just one frame they want to achieve. Anyway, the photograph that comes out at the end of this waiting period is a work of art. One of the artists who put forward this art was Australian photographer Christian Spencer.
The unique image created by the Hummingbirds with the Sun:
Christian Spencer has spent the last 19 years at Itatiaia National Park in Brazil. One of the main things that the artist focused on with his camera was the hummingbirds in this area. These bird species, whose wings have a thin structure, formed a rainbow on their wings when they passed in front of the Sun.
Hummingbirds are also known as the smallest living bird species. Weighing only 1.8 grams, this bird species can fly in the air at a speed of 54 kilometers per hour. However, this bird species can flap 80 times in just one second. As you can see, taking a clear picture of these birds is not an easy task.
However, Christian Spencer, who is obsessed with these birds, also revealed the works he achieved with his latest ‘Winged Prism’ project. The magnificent images created by the hummingbirds passing in front of the Sun became visible to the naked eye thanks to Christian Spencer.
You can access his website by clicking this link to see more of the unique images that Christian Spencer captured with his camera. You can also browse other works of the artist on the website.